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Headlines: Carl Dukes: "It Was The Biggest Spot, Biggest Moment"

The guys talked about the NCAA Championship game on last night. Carl and Mike both were very emphatic about it being one of the better games in a while. 11 more words


The worst seats in the house at the Final Four

HOUSTON — John West, a real estate broker in Houston, went shopping online for Final Four tickets with location, location, location in mind.

“I wanted to get the worst, cheapest tickets in the house,” he told USA TODAY Sports. 441 more words


Much more to the UConn women's team than Breanna Stewart, Geno Auriemma

INDIANAPOLIS — Kia Nurse laughs when she thinks about the time she and Gabby Williams had a dance party by themselves.

The two best friends were bored one day so they moved all the furniture in their apartment and created a dance floor. 605 more words

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Villanova Vs. Oklahoma: What To Watch For

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Throw out the previous game between Oklahoma and Villanova, won by the Sooners, 78-55, on Dec. 7, 2015. It seems like a lifetime ago and it should, considering the way both of these teams have played to reach Saturday’s Final Four at NRG Stadium, in Houston, Texas. 468 more words


Fans Across Philadelphia Region Are Wild About Villanova

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Nova nation is sweeping the city of Philadelphia. Villanova plays against Oklahoma tonight in the Final Four match-up, and fans across the region are gearing up to watch the Wildcats. 280 more words


Villanova, Oklahoma Face Shooting Woes Of NRG Stadium

HOUSTON (AP) — Oklahoma is one of the nation’s best 3-point shooting teams. Villanova is no slouch, either.

Their numbers don’t lie but neither do NRG Stadium’s. 657 more words


How a public trust fund helps Texas cities host the NCAA Final Four - Updated by Josh Rosenblat on April 2, 2016, 6:00 a.m. ET

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Everything is bigger in Texas — even the sporting events.

It’s no coincidence that this year’s Final Four tournament is held in Houston; the state has, since the passage of a 2003 statute, aggressively courted major events using public funds. 250 more words

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